I came across this really interesting post on the BBC’s website. Its an interactive tool that allows you to to compare your personal earnings against the national average of other countries. Way to go Luxembourg, I no idea that your people have the most money! However, if you’re complaining about your salary then try this tool , it may put your life into perspective! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-17543356
Top 5 Average Monthly Wages (Purchasing Power Parity Dollars)
1. Luxembourg ($4,089)
2. Norway ($3,678)
3. Austria ($3,437)
4. United States ($3,463)
5. United Kingdom ($3,065)
Bottom 5 Average Monthly Wages (Purchasing Power Parity Dollars)
1. Tajikistan ($227)
2. Pakistan ($255)
3. Philippines ($279)
4. India ($295)
5. Kyrgyzstan Republic ($336)
I’m having a giveaway to help my friend promote his new website called Coupon Code Scout. The site launched earlier this year and to celebrate he is sponsoring a very awesome giveaway (his own personal xbox and accessories). Below are the details of the prize and how to enter. On July 1st, 2012 he will randomly pick a name from a hat and that person will have the prize shipped to them for free (within the United States & Canada). Stay tuned for the results and best of luck!
In order to enter you must:
- Reblog this post (that’s it!).
1. Xbox Console (4GB)
2. Xbox Kinect
3. Wireless Controllers (x2)
4. HDMI plus standard cables
5. Games (x8)
a. Fifa 2011
b. Unreal Tournament 3
c. Assassins Creed 2
d. Street Fighter 4
e. Dance Central (Kinect)
f. Motion Sports (Kinect)
g. Kinect Adventures (Kinect)
h. Zumba Fitness (Kinect - not pictured)
Although the site is still in production it already has thousands of exclusive deals for the majority of well know stores. It is definitely worth checking out if you shop frequently online or if you wish to provide any feedback that would also be greatly appreciated! Feel free to share this with anyone that might be interested.
I’m not going to give it away, but once you figure out what your looking at, you won’t be able to see anything else!
Hope your weekend is as fun as this.
Brainstorming on a coworking project with Kelani Nichole (Photo by Sean M)
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Bill Cunningham InstaBike NYC
This Saturday, and it sounds like great fun: “Juice up your iPhone, put some air into your tires and come join us for a fine fall day with great photographers, great views, great laughs, and your first hot cider of the season from Union Square Farmer’s Market. We’ll embark on a 3-hour pedal-powered photo hunt, ending with drinks, food, gifts, prizes and raffles in Brooklyn - all in support of CLIMATE RIDE CALIFORNIA 2011.”